Pitt’s basketball teams held their version of Midnight Madness in an event called #ZooAfterHours featuring a concert by Wiz Khalifa.
Life for special teams players in the NFL is never easy, and one of those currently with the Steelers will lose his spot to Martavis Bryant.
Olli Maatta’s return from a 10-month absence because of a shoulder injury was a bright spot for Penguins in opening-night loss at Dallas.
One big defensive play and one big special teams play give Belle Vernon a 13-12 win against Ringgold in clash of WPIAL Class AAA unbeatens.
South Fayette wins its 38th in a row, which ties Greensburg (1913-16) for the third-longest winning streak in WPIAL history.
On heels of big win at Virginia Tech last week, Pitt is hoping to avoid a letdown today against lowly Virginia.
Five games into the season. Penn State still doesn’t have an identity on offense.
As he prepares to face a former employer, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen is running a far different kind of offense than before.
Anything Seton Hill does well through the air, IUP hopes to do even better on the ground today in their PSAC West matchup.
The Panthers topped the Talbots, 21-2, Friday night to improve their conference record to 5-1.
The Blue Devils carry some much needed momentum now into a major conference showdown with unbeaten Woodland Hills.
The Bears’ offense erupted in the second half to defeat the Jayhawks on Friday.
The Rams got a scare from their Northern Eight Conference rival Raiders, but quarterback Phil Jurkovec was a stud by air and ground again.
Frazier got its fourth shutout of the season, beating Beth-Center, 21-0.
The top two teams in the Allegheny Conference met Friday night at Highlands, and the Yellowjackets came out on top.
Friday’s City League game at Cupples Stadium got out of hand as University Prep pounded Carrick, 40-8.
Summaries from Friday, Oct. 9, 2015
Individual leaders from Friday, Oct. 9, 2015
Eli Brooks had a big night, scoring three touchdowns in a 31-21 victory against Gateway on Friday.
Bikers would pass Eric Kunkle in the middle of the trail and offer to help him, but he would constantly refuse.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
Some readers have lots of questions about the wild-card game, and other readers are ready to look ahead to the off-season.
The Pirates have several decisions to make on free agents and arbitration-eligible players after the playoffs end.
Bell won’t demand, or even ask for, the ball no matter what situation in which the offense finds itself.
Mike Vick looks at Steelers offense like it is a puzzle, and he continues to piece it together.
Sidney Crosby likes the cohesion that has developed with his new linemate, Phil Kessel, but also says it will get even better.
Who to blame for another early Pirates postseason exit? More like who not to blame after an ugly 4-0 shutout by the Chicago Cubs.
The son of two doctors, PSU cornerback Grant Haley excelled in numerous sports before choosing football
The Cavaliers enter first ACC game against the Panthers after a brutal non-conference schedule.
The state’s strongest district has a lot of questions to answer on how to move forward.
The days of two- and three-sport athletes, however, might be dying.
A Lions win would tie for the third-longest streak in WPIAL history, matching a Greensburg team that compiled wins during World War I.
The top-ranked Lions had only given up four goals in an 11-game winning streak, but the Golden Eagles broke out for a 2-1 victory.
A pair of undefeated teams square off in tonight’s Class AAA Big 10 Conference game.
Sophomore Hunter Bruce shoots a 1-over 73 at Southpointe Golf Club to hold on for WPIAL Class AAA championship
The Fumbler was a big winner last week, going 54-10, improving him to 264-57 for the season. Here are his thoughts on this weekend's games.
The state Fish and Boat Commission will stock trout for a special mentored youth fishing day Oct. 18.
Alex Smith has thrown for 1,262 yards and 11 touchdowns for the Golden Eagles.
At the end of the 2014-15 school year, 26 of the eighth-graders graduated, leaving Providence Heights Alpha School with only eight players.
Mia Kness rallies on back nine to finish tied for sixth at WPIAL Class AAA individual golf finals.
Indians overcome injuries to remain in the thick of the Section 5 boys soccer race.
South Fayette (5-0, 5-0) vs. Steel Valley (5-0, 4-0)
With three girls who are 6 feet 2, volleyball team powering its way to the top of the standings.
Development of youth soccer has helped the high school soccer teams flourish, including two of the WPIAL’s top scorers.
Commodores using their speed to overcome a lack of size to shut down opponents.
Because of slow start, Indians can’t afford to lose any more games.
Olivia Zambruno captures WPIAL AA individual championship by five strokes.
Bookend defensive ends Andre Guest and Chris Stanford too much for opposing offenses.
Hampton (5-0, 4-0) at Franklin Regional (4-1, 4-1)
Frazier transfer Alvin Ross rushes for 369 yards last week in his first season with Centurions.